The PCI standard suggests how merchants should prevent, detect and react to card data breaches. As a merchant's infrastructure changes, it's really hard to mantain compliance. We're building a Linux Service that makes this process easier.
const Safetalpa = require('safetalpa'); // Request Safetalpa.analyzeLogs("Credit card brand 4242424242424242 with cvc 123 more text to test baristaGeek", "test v0.1", "macOS 10.12.5"); // Response Analysis: Logs aren't PCI-compliant Analysis Message: Log events have basic cardholder data Warning: PCI Rule 10.3.1 wasn't verified PCI Rule 10.3.3 broken: Logs don't have timestamps PCI Rule 10.3.4 broken: Logs don't have success/failure indication Warning: PCI Rule 10.3.4 wasn't verified PCI Rule 10.3.5 broken: Logs don't have origination PCI Rule 10.3.6 broken: Logs don't identify affected data PCI Rule 10.4 broken: System clocks and times aren't synchronized
const Safetalpa = require('safetalpa'); // Request Safetalpa.analyzeHost("0.0.0.0") // Response Analysis: Host isn't secure Analysis Message: Host isn't secure as SafeTalpa was able to crack the firewall. PCI Rule 1.1 broken: Firewall password is insecure """ return req